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  • Weathering Winterby Carl H. Klaus

    University of Iowa Press 1997; US$ 15.00

    In winter, when the only things growing seem to be icicles and irritability, what pleasures exist for a gardener or for anyone who lives in a northern climate? In his distinctive daybook, Weathering Winter, Carl Klaus reminds readers that the season of brown twigs and icy gales is just as much a part of the year as when tulips open, tomatoes thrive,... more...

  • Letters to Kateby Carl H. Klaus

    University of Iowa Press 2006; US$ 22.95

    Sorrow is ?not a state but a process? that needs ?not a map but a history. . . . There is something new to be chronicled every day,? writes C. S. Lewis in A Grief Observed. When Carl Klaus's wife of thirty-five years died suddenly from a cerebral hemorrhage, right before Thanksgiving in 2002, he took the only road toward recovery that made sense to... more...

  • The Made-Up Selfby Carl H. Klaus

    University of Iowa Press 2010; US$ 19.95

    In this first book-length study of the personal essay, Carl Klaus unpacks the writer's made-up self and the manifold ways in which a wide range of essayists and essay have brought it to life. By reconceiving the most fundamental aspect of the personal essay--the I of the essayist--Klaus demonstrates that this seemingly uncontrived form of writing... more...

  • A Self Made of Wordsby Carl H. Klaus

    University of Iowa Press 2013; US$ 18.00

    Confident or fretful, solemn or sassy, tough or tender, casual or formal: the self you project in writing—your persona—is the byproduct of numerous decisions you make about what to say and how to say it. Though any single word or phrase or sentence might make little difference within the scope of an entire essay or book, collectively... more...

  • Art Decoby Victoria Charles; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2012; US$ 8.95

    Art Deco style was established on the ashes of a disappeared world, the one from before the First World War, and on the foundation stone of a world yet to become, opened to the most undisclosed promises. Forgetting herself in the whirl of Jazz Age and the euphoria of the ?Années Folles?, the Garçonne with her linear shape reflects the architectural... more...

  • Franz Marcby Franz Marc; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2013; US$ 5.00

    Condemned by the Nazis as a degenerate artist, Franz Marc (1880-1916) was a German painter whose stark linearity and emotive use of color eloquently expressed the pain and trauma of war. In work such as his celebrated Fate of the Animals, Marc created a raw emotional expression of primitive violence which he called a premonition of the war which would... more...

  • Franz Marcby Franz Marc; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2013; US$ 5.00

    Condamné par les Nazis comme étant un artiste « dégénéré », Franz Marc (1880-1916) est un peintre allemand dont l?utilisation des lignes sèches et de la couleur exprime de manière éloquente la douleur et le traumatisme de la guerre. Dans des toiles telles que La Mort des animaux, Marc a créé l?émotion brute d?une violence primitive, qu?il a qualifiée... more...

  • Franz Marcby Franz Marc; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2013; US$ 5.00

    Franz Marc (1880-1916), bedeutender Künstler des deutschen Expressionismus und später von den Nationalsozialisten als entartet gebrandmarkt, war nicht nur ein enger Freund Wassily Kandinskys, sondern auch Mitbegründer des Künstleralmanachs Der Blaue Reiter?. In der Überwindung einer auf die Naturwahrnehmung begrenzten Kunst entwickelte Marc eine ihm... more...

  • Franz Marcby Franz Marc; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2013; US$ 5.00

    Condamné par les Nazis comme étant un artiste « dégénéré », Franz Marc (1880-1916) est un peintre allemand dont l?utilisation des lignes sèches et de la couleur exprime de manière éloquente la douleur et le traumatisme de la guerre. Dans des toiles telles que La Mort des animaux, Marc a créé l?émotion brute d?une violence primitive, qu?il a qualifiée... more...

  • Franz Marcby Franz Marc; Klaus H. Carl

    Parkstone International 2013; US$ 5.00

    Franz Marc (1880-1916), bedeutender Künstler des deutschen Expressionismus und später von den Nationalsozialisten als entartet gebrandmarkt, war nicht nur ein enger Freund Wassily Kandinskys, sondern auch Mitbegründer des Künstleralmanachs Der Blaue Reiter?. In der Überwindung einer auf die Naturwahrnehmung begrenzten Kunst entwickelte Marc eine ihm... more...